Vegetarian & Vegan Food Guide – London

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We’ve been promising the girls a London holiday for the past year. We’d planned to go this autumn, but with bubba on the way decided to put it on hold for a little longer. It’s now pencilled in to our diaries for next year, figuring London with a baby who can go in a sling will be easier than with a toddler who just wants to run around everywhere – especially as the girls have a list a mile long of sights to see and musuems to visit.

Apart from going to Blogtacular in May and passing through London on my way to kent, I haven’t been for years. I used to go quite a lot when I was a teenager, and always loved the hustle and bustle and vibrancy of the city. I remember stumbling on some fabulous places to eat that served some amazing dishes. Being veggie, eating out can be a little trickier {though it’s improved greatly in the past twenty years!} G hates taking me out to eat, as inevitablly I struggle to find a veggie dish I like/want and when I do it seems to be the one thing that has run out ha!

Wild Food Cafe, Covent Garden, London

While walking around and stumbling on a hidden gem is all well and good when you’re single, if you have kiddos with you, then it’s a different matter. You need to know where you’re going to eat before the kiddos start telling you they’re hungry! House Trip have just published a Food Guide to three major cities {London, Paris and Berlin}. Having had a browse through, I now have all my food stops planned ready for our trip! I really want to try out the Wild Food Cafe in Neals Yard – the Living Bruschetta sounds amazing.

It’s great having a guide like this to help you find great places to eat, and now I’m even more excited to visit London next year!

Post in association with House Trip

2 thoughts on “Vegetarian & Vegan Food Guide – London

  1. You should try a day trip to Brighton too! Lots of Veggie/Vegan places there too!
    We live near loving hut and get delivery. But I think there’s a few in London too!
    All vegan and really yummy! The vegan fish burger is so good!
    I’ve never been to Wild Food Cafe but keep meaning to! I think they do vegan soft serve too!
    I’ve not got a big sweet tooth, but I had something with cinnamon and pecans in from cookies and scream in Camden and it was so good!

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